Culture | Famous firm accused of pressuring staff to drink at work

Famous firm accused of pressuring staff to drink at work

When employees go into work, they go with the expectation that they should fulfil all of the duties outlined in their contract of employment and meet the needs of consumers to help the business’ financial success. Most don't expect to fight off attempts to get them drunk.

However, one company has been accused of pressuring staff to consume alcohol at work in attempts to get customers to buy more of their famous tipples.

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